salt.states.grafana

Manage Grafana Dashboards

This module uses elasticsearch, which can be installed via package, or pip.

You can specify elasticsearch hosts directly to the module, or you can use an elasticsearch profile via pillars:

mygrafanaprofile:
  hosts:
    - es1.example.com:9200
    - es2.example.com:9200
  index: grafana-dash
# Basic usage (uses default pillar profile key 'grafana')
Ensure myservice dashboard is managed:
  grafana.dashboard_present:
    - name: myservice
    - dashboard_from_pillar: default
    - rows_from_pillar:
        - systemhealth
        - requests

# Passing hosts in
Ensure myservice dashboard is managed:
  grafana.dashboard_present:
    - name: myservice
    - dashboard_from_pillar: default
    - rows:
        - collapse: false
          editable: true
          height: 150px
          title: System Health
          panels:
            - aliasColors: {}
              id: 200000
              annotate:
                enable: false
              bars: false
              datasource: null
              editable: true
              error: false
              fill: 7
              grid:
                leftMax: 100
                leftMin: null
                rightMax: null
                rightMin: null
                threshold1: 60
                threshold1Color: rgb(216, 27, 27)
                threshold2: null
                threshold2Color: rgba(234, 112, 112, 0.22)
              leftYAxisLabel: ''
              legend:
                avg: false
                current: false
                max: false
                min: false
                show: false
                total: false
                values: false
              lines: true
              linewidth: 1
              nullPointMode: connected
              percentage: false
              pointradius: 5
              points: false
              renderer: flot
              resolution: 100
              scale: 1
              seriesOverrides: []
              span: 4
              stack: false
              steppedLine: false
              targets:
                - target: cloudwatch.aws.ec2.mysrv.cpuutilization.average
              title: CPU (asg average)
              tooltip:
                query_as_alias: true
                shared: false
                value_type: cumulative
              type: graph
              x-axis: true
              y-axis: true
              y_formats:
                - short
                - short
              zerofill: true
    - rows_from_pillar:
      - systemhealth
      - requests
    - profile:
        hosts:
          - es1.example.com:9200
          - es2.example.com:9200
        index: grafana-dash

# Using a profile from pillars
Ensure myservice dashboard is managed:
  grafana.dashboard_present:
    - name: myservice
    - dashboard:
        annotations:
          enable: true
          list: []
        editable: true
        hideAllLegends: false
        hideControls: false
        nav:
          - collapse: false
            enable: true
            notice: false
            now: true
            refresh_intervals:
              - 10s
              - 30s
              - 1m
              - 5m
              - 15m
              - 30m
              - 1h
              - 2h
              - 1d
            status: Stable
            time_options:
              - 5m
              - 15m
              - 1h
              - 2h
              - 3h
              - 4h
              - 6h
              - 12h
              - 1d
              - 2d
              - 4d
              - 7d
              - 16d
              - 30d
            type: timepicker
        originalTitle: dockerregistry
        refresh: 1m
        rows: []
        sharedCrosshair: false
        style: dark
        tags: []
        templating:
          enable: true
          list: []
        time:
          from: now-2h
          to: now
        timezone: browser
    - rows_from_pillars:
      - systemhealth
      - requests
    - profile: mygrafanaprofile

The behavior of this module is to create dashboards if they do not exist, to add rows if they do not exist in existing dashboards, and to update rows if they exist in dashboards. The module will not manage rows that are not defined, allowing users to manage their own custom rows.

salt.states.grafana.dashboard_absent(name, hosts=None, profile=u'grafana')

Ensure the named grafana dashboard is deleted.

name
Name of the grafana dashboard.
profile
A pillar key or dict that contains a list of hosts and an elasticsearch index to use.
salt.states.grafana.dashboard_present(name, dashboard=None, dashboard_from_pillar=None, rows=None, rows_from_pillar=None, profile=u'grafana')

Ensure the grafana dashboard exists and is managed.

name
Name of the grafana dashboard.
dashboard
A dict that defines a dashboard that should be managed.
dashboard_from_pillar
A pillar key that contains a grafana dashboard dict. Mutually exclusive with dashboard.
rows
A list of grafana rows.
rows_from_pillar
A list of pillar keys that contain lists of grafana dashboard rows. Rows defined in the pillars will be appended to the rows defined in the state.
profile
A pillar key or dict that contains a list of hosts and an elasticsearch index to use.